– Triple H discussed his new behind the scenes role with World Wrestling Entertainment (Senior Advisor to Vince McMahon) during a recent interview with RXMuscle.com. He stressed that while he has run select television events in recent months, nowadays he has almost nothing to do with the organization’s creative process. The multi-time champion added he does not attend creative meetings since he’s in the office most of the time learning other aspects of WWE’s business operations. He noted that he is now a “special attraction” wrestler rather than a full time performer. He did say, however, that he is able to resume a full-time wrestler’s schedule if needed.
– WWE Hall of Famer and former Governor of Minnesota Jesse Ventura has filed a federal lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) over the extra-friendly body searches that have been taking place at airports across the United States. Ventura argues that the searches violate his Fourth Amendment rights, which which guards against unreasonable searches and seizures when the searched party has a “reasonable expectation of privacy.”